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>> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: thank you very much. this is a great new york city crowd. welcome, everybody.
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oh, wow,. it's going to be a fun show. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." oh, man. [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be a good show. hey guys, this debt crisis. the debt crisis is still a mess. in fact, this week president obama held a conference call with college students who are worried about the debt ceiling. yeah, the call started like this -- "you have a collect call from barack obama. will you accept the charges?" [ laughter ] not a good time. and listen to this. house democrats want president obama to invoke the 14th amendment, which would let him raise the debt ceiling on his own. or as most people put it, "wait, you could have done that the whole time? what are you waiting for, buster?" [ laughter ] did you hear about this? a woman in san francisco -- i'm not laughing. i'm not laughing. very serious. did you hear about this? a woman in san francisco was arrested this week for stealing cash from alex trebek's hotel
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room. [ laughter ] trebek could tell something was up, when the burglar said, "i'll take your wallet and personal belongings for free, alex." [ laughter ] alex trebek actually -- he actually hurt his leg while chasing the robber. when 911 asked for his location, he was like, "erected in 1989, this san francisco hotel became famous for its distinctive jukebox appearance." [ cheers and applause ] yeah, that's right. when the emt told him he had a sprained ankle, trebek was like "ooh, sorry, i was looking for achilles tendon. achilles tendon." [ laughter ] this isn't good, you guys. the manager of a kfc in georgia was arrested for dealing weed out of the restaurant. police called it a reckless crime, while stoners called it a one-stop shop. [ laughter ] that's right, he was dealing
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weed out of a kfc. or as colonel sanders put it, "i say -- i say now it's 12 herbs and spices." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i was just reading about this. a man from the netherlands plans to take a picture of all 194 world capitals over the next five years. then when that's over, his friends will tell him about google earth. [ laughter ] what? look at all my pictures. yeah, i know. and finally, a recent study found that it's healthy for women to drink two glasses of wine a day instead of just one. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, but i'm a little skeptical of the authors, professors kathie lee and hoda. we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! ♪
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>> jimmy: oh, we love the roots. we love you guys. we have a big, big, big show tonight. a great actress, one of our favorites, julianne moore is here. [ cheers and applause ] she's always fun. this guy is getting a ton of acclaim for his performance in the new film called "the devil's double." dominic cooper is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] he's good in this one. and we have music from the one, the only -- beyonce is in the house tonight! [ cheers and applause ] i love beyonce. she's the greatest. plus our buddy chris kattan is here all week. [ cheers and applause ] he's been hanging out. he's in new york and hanging out with us. he's been doing crazy bits with us. i love him so much, i'm psyched that he's here. as many of you know, we do our show from the historic studio 6b here at 30 rockefeller plaza. and over the years it's been used for tons of different shows.
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everything from the "texaco star theater" to the news. but we -- recently we found out that our studio used to be home to a video dating service from the '80s -- [ laughter ] -- called "cupid's arrow." and we found one of the tapes, and i have a feeling some of these guys might -- might be still available. take a look. ♪ [ maniacal laughter ] >> hey! hi, i'm k.g. i know you're probably wondering about the neck brace. >> i'm bruston pouch. >> i'm jose, and i'll make your day. hi-ya! >> hey, i'm chiz dippler. a lot of people call me the dip. a lot of people call me the chiz. a lot of people call me the beast. >> hello, i'm james spadge.
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i was born with webbed feet, and you would think that would make me a good swimmer, but i wasn't allowed in the water since i was also born with a condition called sponge lungs. ♪ >> you're talking to a guy who's 95% bad boy, 5% mother [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] i have a pair of nunchucks. i like to nunchuck every morning, 30 minutes or more. keeps you relaxed. >> i like roller skating down by the beach. i got my shirt off, wind in my hair and a smile on my face. people feel real safe when they see me coming down. >> i grew up next to a nuclear power plant. now my left foot is approximately four shoe sizes bigger than my right one. [ laughter ] it's uncomfortable. >> i do something for you and you do something for me. i pull out your chair. you pay for the meal. [ laughter ] >> right now i don't have any strength in my left arm. but that doesn't stop me from wanting to go out with you and having pickled eggs.
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and you can feed me sardines. any time, it's good. [ groaning ] >> i collect light bulbs. only 40 to 60 watt though. i don't care for 70. they're a bit too proud. [ laughter ] >> i'm looking for a girl specifically for my brother's wedding next weekend to shut my dad up. hi-ya. >> hello. i'm mitchell with two l's at the end of my first name. i'm a big flirt and a huge cuddler. >> i can massage your shoulders or your back. ♪ >> an unattractive woman is a real deal breaker for me. also big ankles. ankles are the windows to the butt. [ laughter ] >> i like boobs. i'm a big boob man. people are like, "i like the butt." i like boobs. i like -- one boob is fine. [ laughter ] >> my ideal date, you would pick
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me up, okay. then we would go to the restaurant. then we have a little wine and cheese. hi-ya. then off to the main course. hi-ya. then it is dessert time. well, hi-ya. [ laughter ] >> if you're looking for the kind of guy who enjoys a lingering coitus, then i'm your man. [ laughter ] >> i went ice fishing with a friend yesterday. his name was austin. and we caught herring. we caught -- we got feldman. we got various varieties of gups -- guppies and gups. >> i think the yin and yang are the center of all life. the yin, i don't really know much about. but, i know a lot about the yang. >> -- and people remember things about me and what i do in my life. and what's special. what's special is, if you don't bring up anything about me.
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that would be -- >> i'm bill fisk, and call me if you want to get legally married. ♪ [ applause ] >> i'm currently in a band. we're called chris. i have a very interesting voice when i sing. i can give you a taste, if you want to hear it. [ scattered applause ] [ singing off key ] >> i made love to a woman seven different times. but to the same woman. she was a friend of my mother's. she was 32 years my senior. she taught me the most important thing about making love. no talking. [ sneezes ] >> doesn't that sound like -- [ coughs ] -- fun? >> have a nice day. call me. >> my name's ned quisp. give me a call. i'm not a bad man.
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[ laughter ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi-ya! stick around. we'll be right back with julianne moore! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] applebee's knows what the neighborhood likes! so we created stacked, stuffed and topped entrees, starting at $9.99. stacked, stuffed and topped!
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♪ [ kattan as mango ] ♪ as i miss you yeah like the deserts miss the rain ♪ ♪ and i miss you yeah like the deserts miss the rain ♪ ♪ and i miss you yeah like the deserts miss the rain ♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: oh, my goodness. oh, my goodness. there he is. [ cheers and applause ] mango! mango, it's so great to see you. >> hello, jimmy fallon. >> jimmy: mango, it's so great to hear you sing. i've never heard you sing. >> thank you very much.
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>> jimmy: it would be a little bit better to hear you stop. >> oh, what the frick!? [ light laughter ] [ cheers ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. get him out of here. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest is a four-time oscar nominated actress whose latest film, "crazy, stupid, love" is in theaters tomorrow. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the lovely julianne moore! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> hello. >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: as always. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: thanks for coming back to the show. >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: how is summer going? >> it's good. it's been good. we were in l.a. for awhile. we were hanging around there. went to disneyland and stuff. that was good.
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yeah. >> jimmy: oh, i love disneyland. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: the kids must love it. >> oh, they love it. >> jimmy: how's calvin? >> oh, he's loves it there. we had a great time. and liz -- liz discovered a new profession in disneyland. because you know the star tours ride. you know that one? >> jimmy: oh, yeah. the george lucas thing. >> yeah, they've redone it. they've redone it in order to make it kind of more fun and less upsetting. they brought in a vomitologist. so my -- >> jimmy: i'm sorry. >> vomitologist. >> jimmy: i don't know what that is. >> i guess because people, when there's too much vomiting, you bring in a vomitologist to keep the vomiting to a minimum. >> jimmy: what? >> and because we call our house thunder mountain -- >> jimmy: what? >> my daughter -- >> jimmy: you guys have thrown up on it? >> everybody is prone to motion sickness. like, terrible motion sickness. so, my daughter is like, "that's what i'll be. i'll be a vomitologist." like a health thing. >> jimmy: oh, no. please don't grow up to be a vomitologist. yeah. >> like a healthy profession. >> jimmy: so, you can't go on like -- you don't like cars or -- >> no, no, no. we do okay. we do. >> jimmy: but boats. >> i mean, boats. yeah, boats are bad. and -- >> jimmy: boats are not good at all. >> and airplanes. >> jimmy: how's your husband? how's bart doing? he's good. he's great. >> jimmy: i love him.
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he's a great writer, director. >> yeah, he had a hard time on the matterhorn, though. because he's -- you know, it's really bumpy, and he's really big. so all we heard from behind us was -- ugh! [ laughter ] ugh! ugh, agh! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but, it's better than hearing -- [ wretches ] because that's the other noise you don't want to here. yeah. >> i know. that's the other -- that's the other freundlich traits. >> jimmy: freundlich. >> yeah. >> jimmy: now, his last -- i always call him froidlich. >> no, it's freundlich. >> jimmy: freundlich. >> it's a hard one. it's hard to get right. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, i actually typed it out to google. >> there you go. that's my husband. that's our last name. >> jimmy: freundlich. freundlich. >> freundlich. freundlich. and people, you know, call me misses -- you know, they try to call me mrs. freundlich. but they usually get it wrong, so it's like -- mrs. fres -- hello, mrs. frish? friesh? [ laughter ] hello, may i -- may i help you, miss frinhoof. and i'm like -- i'm like, just, you know -- julianne moore is fine. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: just call me -- call me anything. yeah. >> that's okay. that's really all right. >> jimmy: what else did you do this summer. i heard you're -- you're a swimmer. but i heard you're getting to -- >> i've been learning how to
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dive, jimmy. >> jimmy: now this is big. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i can't dive. i'm not a good diver. >> really? yeah, i've been learning how to dive for 15 years. 15 years. >> jimmy: what are you talking about? >> well, you know, i didn't -- i came to swimming kind of late. so i figured once i mastered that that was enough. right? i didn't have to learn how to dive, too. >> jimmy: just cannon ball and go? >> yeah, yeah. oh, just -- yes. step in. cannon ball or pencil dive-ins. straight like that. >> jimmy: the pencil's pretty good. >> but, why go in head first? >> i never heard it called the pencil before. i like that. yeah, like that. >> yeah, you do it like this. and then just like that, just drop off to the side. >> jimmy: yes. oh, i love that. that was my next move. >> but you don't have to go head first. [ laughter ] because that seems kind of ridiculous to me. why would you go into the water, like, head first? >> i would never do that. >> no. >> jimmy: no. >> except that people say -- >> jimmy: if i did i would like -- i would wear, like, a hockey goalie mask. >> that's right because you don't want to hurt yourself. >> jimmy: well, you're going to crack your head open. >> but people say things, to you like, "you can't dive? like, "you can't open the door with a key?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, that's because you hang out with michael phelps. [ talking over each other ] >> you and i could hang out a pool. just pencil. >> jimmy: pencil in, yeah. >> that's the thing. >> jimmy: or -- >> but i learned how to -- >> jimmy: can opener. >> yeah, that's right.
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>> jimmy: that's a good one. >> like that? >> jimmy: i sometimes do the egyptian. >> mm-hmm. mm-hmm. that's right. >> jimmy: catch a football. >> that's -- oh, yeah. that's good. >> jimmy: that's a classic. >> because it's active. >> jimmy: yeah, someone throws a football, and you catch it. >> oh! >> jimmy: even if you miss, it's cool. oh! >> that's right. gets you in the pool. >> jimmy: oh, man. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> but, i learned -- you know i had to learn the way -- you know how they teach kids, where you sit on the side of the pool, like, with one knee up and one knee bent. and they say, just -- now just fall into pool. just fall into pool. no? i spent a few years like that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what is wrong with mrs. freasfrasa? [ laughter ] what's wrong with her? >> why is that woman -- why is mrs. frinchish on the side of the pool? >> jimmy: and there's your daughter going -- [ laughter ] let's get this family out of this hotel. >> that's what -- oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: they're the worst. >> it was a disaster. >> jimmy: i love your movie, "crazy, stupid, love." >> thank you. thank you so much. >> jimmy: you guys have to see this. it's so funny. what a great cast. you have steve carell. >> yeah. >> jimmy: marisa tomei. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: super scores. emma stone, the stone bones. she's in it. >> that's right. yeah. [ laughter ] stone bones. >> jimmy: ryan gosling is phenomenal. so, basically you play -- steve carell is -- >> that's right.
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i know. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. he's great, right they're all great. they're all great. >> jimmy: when i saw it -- i saw the screening, and when he took his shirt off some girls gasped. >> oh, really? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like, hello. i'm in the same theater. >> what? yeah. i know. [ laughter ] what are you going to do? >> jimmy: can i put my shirt back on? i shouldn't be watching with my shirt off anyway. >> oh, no. jimmy: it's uncomfortable. i don't want to be too hot. yes. hi-ya. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> that was so good. that was amazing. >> jimmy: he had his little rat tail. >> i know. i loved it. hey-ya. >> jimmy: hi-ya. >> hey-ya. >> jimmy: so, you -- you divorce steve carell? >> yeah, yeah. on the first page. like, the first page of the script i'm like, "i want a divorce." >> jimmy: and it's like -- >> it's a very -- you know, auspicious beginning to a movie, right? >> jimmy: because you're sleeping with what's his name? >> kevin bacon. >> jimmy: yeah. oh, no, no. no, no. i know. >> oh. >> jimmy: no, i know. the character name. >> oh, kevin bacon. yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how can you forget kevin bacon? yeah. >> i know, i know. not in -- not in real life. not in real life. >> jimmy: no, not in real life. you're not sleeping with kevin bacon. >> no, no, no.
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no. i'm -- >> jimmy: so, "us weekly," if you're watching, she's not sleeping with -- she is sleeping with -- mr. friknfraka, okay. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> my husband. yeah. but, his name, the character's name is david lindhagen. which is very funny. >> jimmy: david lindhagen. >> from the -- do you remember david lindhagen? from "the office?" >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> very funny man. >> jimmy: it's a very funny name in the movie. every time they say lindhagen everyone, like, cringes. the kids hate it. >> his name's lindhagen? >> jimmy: but, it's such a -- and it's got a -- >> yes. >> jimmy: very clever. very funny. >> and it's very surprising, right? big surprise. >> jimmy: big, fun surprise. >> did you cry a little bit? like a little bit. did you cry a little bit? >> jimmy: yeah, i don't want to talk about it. >> yeah, yeah, okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. we want to look at a clip. >> okay. >> jimmy: here's the great julianne moore with steve carell in "crazy stupid love." out this weekend. there's a turn-off valve for the sprinkler. >> remember last week? you know when i told you that i had to work late? i really went to see the new "twilight" movie by myself. i don't know why i did that. it was so bad, cal. >> if it keeps raining like this you might want to turn off the automatic setting. >> we haven't been us. not for a long time.
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not -- i don't know when you and i stopped being us. i mean, do you? >> maybe it's when you screwed david lindhagen. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: julianne moore and i are getting musical when we get back. come on back, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'm good about washing my face. but sometimes i wonder... what's left behind? [ female announcer ] introducing purifying facial cleanser from neutrogena® naturals. developed with dermatologists... it's clinically proven to remove 99% of dirt and toxins and purify pores. and with natural willowbark it contains no dyes, parabens or harsh sulfates. dirt and toxins do a vanishing act and my skin feels pure and healthy. [ female announcer ] new purifying facial cleanser from the new line of neutrogena naturals.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: welcome back. i'm here with one of our favorites, julianne moore. and we're going to play the musical instrument game. here's how it works. we have a bunch of instruments that neither of us really know how to play. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: we have a bunch of super simple songs that neither of us have seen. and from here, we have to pick which random instrument we were going to try and play the song with. we'll have 30 seconds to play the song, and try to get our esteemed judge, chris kattan, to guess what -- [ cheers and applause ] >> chris: i'm esteemed? >> jimmy: well, you're something. >> chris: esteemed is good. >> jimmy: yeah, esteemed is
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good. yeah, that's nice. >> chris: what the frick? >> oh, my god. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so, if you guess what it is, you get one point for every song that chris guesses correctly. we'll each go twice. >> okay. >> chris: i guess them, right? >> jimmy: yeah, you -- >> chris: do i guess the instrument, also? >> jimmy: the esteemed judge. >> chris: i know i'm esteemed. >> jimmy: yeah, guess the instrument. >> chris: settle. settle down. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: what are you talking about? settle down? unbelievable. >> okay, okay. >> chris: settle down. >> okay. >> chris: hang on. >> jimmy: if you get one -- >> chris: can i bring it up? >> jimmy: no. >> that doesn't sound -- [ laughter ] >> chris: what? nothing. >> jimmy: you'll see it when he walks in tonight. [ laughter ] >> chris: i what? what, i don't -- okay, i will, then. >> jimmy: all right. >> okay. so, i -- what do i -- what do i do? [ talking over each other ] what do i pick first. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. so you pick -- pick -- don't look. you don't look. >> don't look. okay. okay, here's -- >> jimmy: i'm not yelling at you. >> chris: i didn't say you were yelling. i would say, "hey, don't yell at me," if you were yelling. >> okay. >> jimmy: grab that one. >> okay. >> jimmy: and then you pick the random instrument here. go put your hand in the goldfish bowl. >> chris: can i guess? >> jimmy: you don't guess the instrument. you can see the instrument.
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>> chris: i can? >> oh, no! okay. >> jimmy: all right. here we go. >> chris: i know. >> jimmy: you know the song? >> okay, now -- >> jimmy: okay, great. all right. >> chris: how do they know? [ laughter ] >> okay. how much time do i have? >> chris: haven't you played this before. >> jimmy: i don't know. i don't know what this -- >> oh, wait. >> chris: she's clearly famous for playing this instrument. >> okay. [ laughter ] [ horn blowing ] >> chris: "night and day." [ laughter ] [ horn blowing ] >> jimmy: it could have been. [ horn blowing ] >> chris: "yellow submarine." [ laughter ] [ horn blowing ] >> "paisley park" by chris. >> jimmy: it's pretty good. pretty good. [ horn blowing ] pretty good. [ laughter ] i can't believe you're not getting this. >> chris: wait! [ horn blowing ] oh, my god. >> jimmy: consistently the same note the whole time. >> chris: i cannot -- [ horn blowing ] >> jimmy: fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] so close. >> oh, my gosh. >> chris: was it beatles? >> jimmy: that was -- >> chris: was it beatles? >> it was "the star spangled banner." >> chris: oh, well. [ laughter ]
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i haven't done that in years. >> i know, and that's hard to play anyway. >> chris: i know. >> right? >> chris: on a trombone. that was really good. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you got that one note perfect. >> thank you. thank you from another horn player. thank you. [ audience yelling ] >> jimmy: hmm? [ laughter ] >> chris: two. >> jimmy: all right. >> chris: the temperature's nice in here. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. >> okay. >> jimmy: all right. >> am i allowed to guess? >> chris: we're doing the same thing, right? >> jimmy: no, you're not allowed to guess. but you can guess. >> okay. >> chris: oh, you get to guess now? >> no, no, no. i just didn't know. >> jimmy: i think you are allowed to guess. >> chris: well, what do you do now? >> jimmy: well, you're are allowed to. i just -- >> chris: oh, you can go home. >> no, no. no. >> jimmy: all right. ready? >> okay okay. >> chris: might be -- >> i know, i know. well, you play a stringed -- [ playing cello ] >> chris: "bohemian rhapsody." [ laughter ] [ playing cello ] >> chris: "don't touch this." or "can't touch this." [ playing cello ]
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can't you guess? [ laughter ] [ playing cello ] >> jimmy: here you go. ready? ready, ready? stop singing and listen. [ laughter ] please. [ playing cello ] >> oh! [ cheers ] come on! [ sad tuba ] >> come on, man! [ cheers ] come and feel the noise. >> jimmy: come and feel the noise? it's not quiet riot. >> can i say it? it's -- >> together: da, da, da, da, da, da, da. >> merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily. >> chris: life is but a dream! >> jimmy: yeah. "life is but a dream." [ laughter ] [ sad tuba ] >> jimmy: "life is but a stream?" >> row, row, row. >> jimmy: you're ridiculous. >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right. ready? >> chris: i don't know what it was. >> jimmy: i don't know. don't worry about it. you're going to watch the show tonight. >> chris: so much control. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i have a lot of control on this show. >> oh. seven piece next time. >> okay, okay. [ laughter ] >> chris: you made that guy laugh. >> jimmy: i know. he likes to laugh. >> cathedral. >> chris: oh, now i know it. >> okay. >> jimmy: oh, this is my guitar. this is the -- >> chris: this is my guitar. [ light laughter ]
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>> jimmy: this is the cathedral. >> wait a minute. wait a minute. >> chris: oh, that -- look at that. that's -- >> jimmy: can we lower the lights a little bit for this one? >> okay. >> jimmy: look at this. yeah. [ cheers ] specially made. >> chris: wow. >> jimmy: this is perfect for you. you're awesome at this. >> chris: is that real? >> jimmy: all right. [ guitar playing ] is she tuning? >> chris: she's tuning. she's tuning it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she's not tuning the guitar. [ guitar playing ] >> chris: da, dun, da, da, dun. [ guitar playing ] hey, who's winning? [ guitar playing ] [ laughter ] we will rock you. [ guitar playing ] >> chris: unbelievable. >> jimmy: what? you didn't guess anything. [ guitar playing ] >> jimmy: oh, get over it. it's all right. >> chris: all right. >> ohh. >> chris: that was "break out."
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>> jimmy: it was good. >> chris: da, da, da, da. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: which one, guys? >> okay. [ cheers ] >> two. >> chris: oh, you know what. julianne, you did really good. >> jimmy: okay, okay. this should be good. i think i'm going to get the win on this one. this one feels pretty good. >> okay, okay. oh, oh. that's a good one. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. >> go jimmy, go jimmy. oh, come on. you've got this. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. i can do this. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. just don't, you know -- don't swallow it. [ laughter ] i meant be careful. >> chris: it's "late night." you can say that. >> be careful. >> chris: ah, ha, ha. look at that. >> be careful. >> chris: that's so cute. [ harmonica playing ] >> jimmy: all right, ready? [ twinkle twinkle little star plays ] >> "mr. philadelphia." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: philadelphia? >> chris: please, stop playing. >> jimmy: what do you think i'm -- philadelphia? >> i'm thinking bruce springsteen! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: bruce springsteen? >> chris: well, he played -- [ twinkle, twinkle little star plays ] [ muttering ]
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[ twinkle, twinkle little star plays ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. that's exactly the song! [ laughter ] what is that song? [ applause ] you are the worst! [ talking over each other ] guess it! guess! [ buzzer ] >> all: "twinkle, twinkle little star!" [ sad tuba ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> come on! >> chris: i was so -- >> jimmy: it's a tie. i'll give you the win. julianne moore, for the win! [ cheers and applause ] "crazy, stupid, love" is in theaters tomorrow. go see it. dominic cooper joins us next. he's hanging out in the bud light lime green room. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ my recipe for french toast? take toast... spread with i can't believe it's not butter... add jacques. he's french. oui! mmmm...oui like! [ male announcer ] now four out of five butter lovers agree that i can't believe it's not butter
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♪ >> jimmy: welcome back to the show, everybody. you know our next guess from his work in films such as "an education," "mamma mia!," as well as the current box office smash, "captain america." he's in another movie. this one's called "the devil's double." it opens in select theatres tomorrow. his performance is already earning a ton of awards buzz. please welcome to the show dominic cooper. ♪ ♪ i am iron man's dad ding, ding, ding, ding ding, ding, ding, ding ding, ding ♪ ♪ i am iron man's dad ding, ding, ding, ding ding, ding, ding, ding ding, ding ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> that's right. oh. >> jimmy: you play -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: you played -- >> oh, that was nice. whooping. >> jimmy: yeah, people whoop -- >> amazing. >> jimmy: very good. dude, i gotta say, you -- i mean, "the devil's double." this is insane, tour de force acting job. you killed it. >> thank you. i don't know what i was doing or what i thought i was doing or why i thought i could do it. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: but yet you did it. yeah, yeah. but yet you did it. >> it's quite like this character that you were doing a minute ago. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, i was like that but no -- explain what this movie is. 'cause it's fascinating. >> the movie is -- well, it's about a guy, his story. an ordinary guy, living in iraq and what happened with saddam when he saw this family was threatened. saddam had several body doubles. he insisted that his eldest son get a body double. >> jimmy: uday? >> uday. >> jimmy: yeah. >> who was not a pleasant man at all. in fact, he was a repulsive man. he remember a guy he was at school with that looked slightly like him, so, he pulled him into his office and said, "i want you to become my body double," essentially. this guy said, "no thanks. i don't want to be part of your malicious regime that kill people."
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and then he threaten his family's life and his life if he didn't. so then he had to go through surgery and become -- essentially become someone who he despised. >> jimmy: like a doppelganger so that -- >> a doppelganger and -- >> jimmy: he could be at two places at once. >> exactly. >> jimmy: you don't know where the uday hussein is. >> yes, so he went into very volatile environments and did speeches on television and went and spoke to the military just so uday could always be safe. it was -- yeah. >> jimmy: but i mean what -- so you play -- you play uday hussein, who is bonkers. i mean, this is like middle easter "scarface," when you see -- it's like -- seriously, this movie is gonna -- this is gonna explode. >> it was -- i had to play that maniac, going around and doing the most awful things and then play this guy who was forced into this position that he was desperate to get out of. so i thought i would be doing it -- >> jimmy: and then you have to play him pretending to be uday. >> yeah, well that was the ridiculous -- what i found so interesting talking to him about was the fact that he was just a normal guy. he was a soldier. and he was forced into a position where he'd have to act, and have to act well to save his life. so he was having to imitate this
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crazed man. and they were -- they're so different in personality, you know? i imagine. not that i knew uday but -- >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, still. >> so it was a such a -- >> jimmy: so you're actually acting with yourself? >> yeah, that was horrible. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you don't like to work with yourself? >> no, i was really difficult. >> jimmy: but -- this is like "the klumps" with machine guns and cocaine. [ laughter ] it's really -- right? it's sort of like that. you're acting with yourself. there's a lot of you. >> there is a lot of me. too much of me. >> jimmy: no, it is -- >> yeah, so the concept would be that you'd film -- i'd film a scene as uday, going ballistic and mental and doing crazy, crazy things and then we'd have to -- i'd have to go and get changed, take the teeth out and alter my appearance slightly and then go back 'round and try and remember the scene that we just played out and i'd have an earpiece so i could remember what i was saying, with me ranting down my ear, which was a quite horrible experience -- >> jimmy: you would have a tiny earpiece in? >> oh, am i doing it like that? this is dreadful, dreadful acting! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you don't like the sound of your voice? >> no. and then having to guess where i was during the previous scene, so we'd have to stick some markers -- >> jimmy: you guys have to see this. it's such a performance.
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congratulations, i'll just say it right now. >> thank you. >> jimmy: 'cause i know you're gonna get crazy awards for this thing. it is off the charts. let's look at a clip of "the devil's double." here's dominic cooper, you guys. ♪ [ struggling ] >> no, no, no! >> we must have discipline! discipline! we must have discipline! [ panting ] how was that? >> excellent. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] uday. oh, that's great. our thanks to dominic cooper. "the devil's double" is in theaters, starting tomorrow. beyonce performs next, you guys. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] sprint introduces
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a music icon who just scored her fourth consecutive number one album. we are honored to have her here tonight. to perform the song, "the best thing i never had," with a little help from the roots, please welcome beyonce! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what goes around comes back around ♪ ♪ what goes around comes back around ♪
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♪ what goes around comes back around hey, my baby ♪ i hear ya. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ there was a time i thought that you did everything right no lies ♪ ♪ no wrong boy i must've been outta my mind ♪ ♪ to think that there was a time that i almost loved you you showed your ass and i ♪ ♪ i saw the real you thank god you blew it thank god i dodged the bullet i'm so over you ♪ ♪ baby, good lookin' out i wanted you bad i'm so through with it ♪
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♪ 'cause honestly you turned out to be the best thing i never had you turned out to be the ♪ ♪ best thing i never had and i will always be the best thing you never had ♪ ♪ oh yeah, i bet it sucks to be you right now so sad, you're hurt ♪ ♪ boo hoo, oh, baby did you expect me to care? you don't deserve ♪ ♪ my tears i guess that's why they ain't there ♪ ♪ when i think that there was a time that i almost loved you you showed your ass ♪ ♪ and baby i saw the real you
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thank god you blew it ♪ thank god i dodged a bullet i'm so over you baby, good lookin' out ♪ ♪ i wanted you bad i'm so through with it 'cause honestly you turned out to be the ♪ ♪ best thing i never had oh, you turned out to be the best thing i never had ♪ ♪ and i will never be the best thing you never had oh baby i bet sucks to be you ♪ ♪ right now i know you want me back it's time to face the facts ♪ ♪ that i'm the one that got away lord knows that it would take another place ♪ ♪ another time another world another life ♪ ♪ thank god i found the good in good bye i used to want you so bad i'm so through it that ♪ ♪ 'cause honestly you
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turned out to be the best thing i never had oh, you turned out ♪ ♪ to be the ♪ best thing i never had and i will never be the best thing you never had ♪ ♪ oh baby i said it sucks to be you right now ♪ ♪ what goes around comes back around ♪ ♪ what goes around comes back around ♪ ♪ what goes around comes back around ♪ ♪ hey, what goes around comes back around ♪ ♪ what goes around comes back around ♪ ♪ what goes around comes back around ♪ ♪ hey, my baby ♪ i said it sucks to be you right now ♪
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thank you guys. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: phenomenal. beyonce, come on! that's it, right there. the roots, give it up for the roots, you guys! more with beyonce when we come back! that's the way to do it! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ female announcer ] welcome to busch gardens virginia,
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get started at ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are back, everybody! i'm sitting here with the one and only beyonce. what a performance. that was -- what a performance with the roots. you're just a true superstar -- >> thank you. >> jimmy: i mean, you can just see it, like, i mean, just your facial expressions -- the way, like, you look at the camera. >> i would love to see me in person. >> jimmy: wink and do a thing and do -- i -- [ light laughter ] i can't do stuff like that. >> oh no, you can do it. trust me, i know you can. >> jimmy: how's your -- i just wanna say hi to your mom. next time you see -- >> thank you. >> jimmy: but she did a bit with my mother on "letterman." they did, like, a top ten list and -- >> i never saw that.
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>> jimmy: yeah, it's all the moms. and they just went out and they gave advice to their kids. and your mom was helping all the moms with their hair. >> wow, that is so nice. >> jimmy: and my mom. thank you so much, please but -- my mom screwed the whole thing up. [ laughter ] letterman, at the end, he goes and gives every mother a rose and says, "thank you." and they go, "oh --" "thank you for being on the show." they go, "thank you." he gets to my mom. he goes -- gives her the rose, he goes, "thank you." my mom goes, "what?" [ laughter ] >> oh, no. that's classic. >> jimmy: he goes, "i said 'thank you'" and he gives her another rose. so that by the time he gets to the end of the, he's missing a rose to give to his own mom. and like, i was like, "oh, we're out of the business, mom. forget it." [ laughter ] i saw jay-z a couple -- who's your awesome husband. i love that guy. you guys are the coolest couple ever. >> thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i saw recently -- we were at some event and i saw him and he said -- [ as jay-z ] "congratulations on your show." [ laughter ] and -- he goes -- he goes -- [ as jay-z ] "i saw the first couple episodes and i was worried about you." [ laughter ] >> that sounds like him.
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>> jimmy: -- so i'm happy that he -- he actually watch and congratulate me. >> we love it. we love it. >> jimmy: you did, yeah. >> i'm so happy for you, as well. >> jimmy: oh, thank you. oh, please. >> you really are such a beautiful person, such a nice person and you deserve it. i'm very happy for you. >> jimmy: oh, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] i've known you for a long time, when you were back with destiny's child. and you still hang with those guys. >> we still hangin'. >> jimmy: your girls. there they are. [ cheers and applause ] >> this was actually two nights ago. kelly has a new album that came out this week. >> jimmy: kelly's got a new record? >> and it is so amazing. y'all have to go out and -- >> jimmy: oh, we gotta get her on the show. yeah, we gotta get kelly on here. >> yeah. >> jimmy: who's this guy? >> what? >> jimmy: who's' this guy, here? [ laughter ] >> it's probably paparazzi. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, a paparazzi. i like that guy too. >> jimmy: but i like the idea of this album. you took your time with this one. you took a year off. >> i did. >> jimmy: and you just did fun stuff. >> i did. i did not put any limitations, i didn't put, you know -- i didn't even say i'm gonna do any specific type of album. i just did what ever i loved and i was inspired by so many different travels and types of
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music that i was exposed to, going to watch my sister deejay and, you know, going to some of the festivals and watching my husband perform and i was really inspired by africa and fela kuti and jazz and i just kind of mixed everything together and came up with my own little genre, so i'm proud of it. >> jimmy: well, congratulations, number one, of course, i mean, well it's -- number "4" is the name of the album but it was number one. there you go, so -- [ laughter ] a little confusion there. >> a little bit. >> jimmy: i like that -- i heard that you went to the great wall of china and -- >> i did. >> jimmy: what is that like? >> it was -- i actually started running. i was -- i don't know why. >> jimmy: well, i would do that too. [ laughter ] i guess everyone -- i mean, what else are you gonna do? i mean, it's just basically a big sidewalk, right? i mean, what is it? >> exactly. the steps are really, really small. their feet were really little back then. [ laughter ] but i just started running. i just felt like i was in my own world and it was unbelievable that it was built so many years ago and so happy to be able to see it in person. >> jimmy: i love that. you're busy with this.
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you have you own perfume, which i wear every day, "beyonce" -- [ laughter ] >> you do? >> jimmy: "pulse." yeah, i put this on every morning. and i should say that you're very nice, so if you want the whole crowd to smell nice -- so everyone is getting a "beyonce pulse," you guys! [ cheers and applause ] that's a star, right there, you guys. give it up for beyonce. -- "4." it's in store and online right now. once again, beyonce, everybody! thank you, everybody, for being on the show tonight. stay tuned for "carson daly." thanks a lot. see you tomorrow. good night! [ cheers and applause ] ♪


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